We all know Ariana Grande can saaaang, but ooooooh-weeeee, have you heard The Wanted's Nathan Sykes' buttery voice on their "The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones" soundtrack duet, "Almost is Never Enough"? "I thought it was Brian McKnight," Grande said of Nathan's smooth R&B vocals. Listen to the preview, then check out why this amazing duo will always be enough for us.
+ Ariana Grande Brings Broadway To South Africa
One of Ariana's favorite charities, Broadway in South Africa, teaches children who are infected with HIV/AIDS about music, dance and acting. "I got involved with Broadway in South Africa because my brother is one of the co-founders of the organization," says Ariana, who travels there every summer for the program. "It's just amazing to shed some light on [this]. Changing lives is the best thing that you can do. Especially when you're blessed and happy." Although AIDS has taken countless lives in South Africa, it is not strictly an African epidemic. 1 in 5 people infected with HIV in the U.S. doesn't know they have it, so it is important to get tested and use protection no matter where you're from.
+ Nathan Sykes Asks, "IF?"
First, can we just say how happy we are that Nathan's vocal cord woes are over? There was much speculation as to whether or not he'd rejoin The Wanted, but fans' worries were put to rest when he took the stage at last month's Summertime Ball Festival in London. While fans asked IF Nathan would ever sing again, The Wanted joined the Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign. The campaign asks, "If there's enough food for everyone, why are 1 in 8 living with the pain of hunger?" and lists feasible solutions to this global problem.
Follow the action links below to join Nathan and Ariana in bringing joy to people around the world — be it in the form of food, art, or both.